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Sightseeing

Bonaire Sightseeing

Bonaire is one of the most beautiful islands in the Dutch Caribbean so sightseeing is a must. Sign up for a sunset cruise, visit the Washington Slagbaai National Park or do a South tour. Visit Magasina di Rei or the Donkey Sanctuary.    

With a private car, taxi or bus you can do an island tour. This provides the perfect backdrop for amateur through professional photographers and artists alike. In addition, learn about Bonaire’s history, culture, flora, fauna, and more from a local guide.               

Don’t forget your camera because the beauty of Bonaire’s nature is one of the island’s finest attributes!

Sightseeing Operators
  • Aletta's Goat Farm

    Aletta's Semper Kontentu Goat Cheese, Goat Yoghurt and Goat Milk are traditionally handmade on the i...

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  • Brandaris

    The Brandaris is the highest peak on Bonaire, 241m (784 ft.) high, situated in the Washington Slagba...

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  • Caves

    There are many cave formations found on Bonaire. Several are readily accessible while others lie hid...

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  • Donkey Sanctuary Bonaire

    In 1993 Dutch Nationals, Marina Melis and her husband Ed Koopman, established a donkey sanctuary on ...

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  • Downtown Kralendijk

    Kralendijk is the capital city and main port of the island of Bonaire. In Dutch, Koralendijk (of whi...

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  • Gotomeer

    Gotomeer is a saltwater lagoon near the island's northern end and it is a flamingo hangout. Bonaire ...

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  • Klein Bonaire

    Klein Bonaire is a small uninhabited island located just off the coast of Bonaire. It is about half ...

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  • Lac

    Lac, part of the Bonaire National Marine Park, is the biggest lagoon of the ABC Islands, 700 hectare...

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  • Mangazina di Rei

    High on a hill in a beautiful and timeless setting you can find a large solitary white building abov...

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  • Mangroves

    Mangroves are nature's way of building land mass. On Bonaire, the mangrove area at Lac, for generati...

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  • Marine Park

    Bonaire has a long history of marine preservation, beginning with turtle protection in 1961, prohibi...

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  • Onima Indian Inscriptions

    Small signposts direct the way to the Indian inscriptions found on a 3-foot limestone ledge that jut...

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  • Pekelmeer Flamingo Sanctuary

    The Pekelmeer Flamingo Sanctuary is one of only four areas in the world where Flamingos breed. Pekel...

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  • Rooi Lamoenchi Kunuku Park

    Owner Ellen Cochrane-Herrera restored her family's homestead north of Lac Bay, in the Bonairean kadu...

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  • Salt pans

    Historically, salt as a commodity was the root of war and struggles amid European factions. The eve...

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  • Seru Largu

    Take a drive to Seru Largu and witness the beauty of Bonaire from this lovely lookout point. Seru La...

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  • Slave huts & Obelisks

    These huts were constructed in 1850 during the slavery time, and served as camping facilities for sl...

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  • The Cadushy Distillery

    In our traditional distillery of Cadushy you can see how the world's only liqueur made from cactus i...

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  • Washington Slagbaai National Park

    The Washington Slagbaai National Park is located in the northern end of Bonaire. It comprises of two...

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